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  1. 21 de mar. de 2024 · National Baseball Hall of Fame - George Brett (Mar. 21, 2024) George Brett (born May 15, 1953, Glen Dale, West Virginia, U.S.) American baseball player for the Kansas City Royals known for hitting .390 in 1980, at the time the highest batting average since Ted Williams hit .406 in 1941.

    • Fred Frommer
  2. Há 1 dia · George Brett’s impact on the Royals cannot be overstated. His records for the team are a treasure trove of baseball excellence, held in high esteem by fans who view them as almost sacrosanct. Brett’s single-season batting average of .390 in 1980 is a figure that today seems more myth than statistic, a benchmark of brilliance that has remained unchallenged in the modern era.

  3. Há 1 dia · George Brett is the obvious starting point in the KC Royals record book. Not surprisingly, Brett's name is all over the Royals' record book, and many of his marks might as well be chiseled in stone.

  4. Há 4 dias · The 1980 Royals had a Most Valuable Player of their own in the indomitable superstar, third-baseman George Brett, who flirted with the sacred .400 mark all summer with an average above .400 as late as September 19, before settling for a .390 batting average, with 24 homers and 118 RBI in 117 games.

    • October 14–21
  5. 28 de mar. de 2024 · Reid brought the Lombardi Trophy to the mound with him, got a big ovation, then threw a strike to Royals legend George Brett. Not a bad day. Baseball in his right hand.

    • Frank Schwab
  6. 28 de mar. de 2024 · Chiefs coach Andy Reid delivered a pretty good ceremonial first pitch to Hall of Famer George Brett before Thursday afternoon’s Royals season opener at Kauffman Stadium.

  7. Há 2 dias · George Brett agreed: "I hated everyone on the Yankees, I really did. I hated 'em all, back in that era." [71] Kansas City also held historic grudges against the Yankees in general, as during the Athletics' residency under Arnold Johnson 's ownership, it was effectively a de facto "farm team" for the Bronx Bombers due to lopsided trades in favor of New York.